Hearing his name always makes me feel sick. I was in New Orleans on a business trip the day of a certain SU hoop game. Got out of a meeting, hopped in the rental car, flipped on the radio, and listened to Larry King talking about how much money he had just lost on SU-Richmond.
I always remember Larry's USA Today column. Just a bunch of random observations. This article describes it perfectly.
His column in USA Today, which ran for nearly 20 years until 2001, showcased King's distinct style in print, inviting readers down a trail of non-sequiturs that served as a window into his mind.
"The most underutilized player in the NFL this year was Washington's Desmond Howard...Despite what you think of Lawrence Walsh, we will always have the need for a special prosecutor because a government cannot investigate itself," King wrote in a 1992 column.
Directed by Howard W. Koch. With Lee Bowman, Rocky Graziano, Gene Damian, Cliff Ferre. After a late night disc jockey is murdered on-air by two thugs, the reason is obviously the victim refused payola to play a record from a gangster-owned label. Thompson pretends to be a New York producer to...